Se7en shares a book called A Gift for Madiba (the life of Nelson Mandela) and an art project to go along with it. Find out what a Madiba shirt is and enjoy the book and the activity - I love the colorful results!
These pillowcase dresses photographed in a meadow of queen anne's lace look like a scene straight out of an Arthur Rackham fairy tale! Maya Made has a tutorial on how to make these simple summer dresses that I think would make lovely nightgowns as well :)
I love this idea from Let's Explore - make a paper sampler and experiment with different art mediums such as paint, crayons, and pastels to see what happens! Such an intriguing way to introduce art materials to young children :)
I love the variation that Pepper Paints used on this classic science experiment: queen anne's lace! The results are so ethereal, much better than carnations. Her tip about making the water color very concentrated is a good one and will give you much better results. Give it a try and if you need the scientific details about "why" go here :)
Shim and Sons shares the details of this lovely birthday party for her three year old :) Lots of decorating ideas like this mobile (below), bunting and paper chains but also cool treats and food ideas too! Check it all out here :)
Ms. Julie's Place shares how to do this wonderful lesson on Marc Chagall! The directions are simple and easy to follow and give amazing results. Read her nice biography of Chagall to the kids before you get started then have some fun!